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Food Glorious Food

A collection of food related images
Boiling a pig's head to make brawn, Abercywarch, Merioneth.
Photographed by Geoff Charles. This photograph shows Laura Jane Roberts, Talybont, packing the wool, and Wmffre Evans, Parc; Robin Dafydd Evans, Parc; Gwilym Evans, Parc; and an unknown man, shearing. It was in 1955 that it was first announced that...
A bakestone is a round cast iron plate on which bread and cakes can be baked. There is evidence that the earliest examples were of stone. They would usually have a handle for carrying and would be heated on an open fire, either on a tripod or on a hanging...
Photographed by Geoff Charles. This photograph shows the following shearers enjoying the food prepared for them by the local women: Joni Edwards, Ciltalgarth; Morris Roberts, Craig yr Onwy; Evan Jones, Ty'n y bont; Emrys Davies, Y Fferm; Gwyn Jones,...
Digital photographic survey of Coed y Gaer Bread Oven, consisting of one colour image, by David Leighton, 18/12/2006
Are you in this photograph? Or do you recognize someone who is? Do you remember where or when this was taken? Or how things have changed? As part of the National Library’s Outreach in Blaenau Ffestiniog photographs from the library’s...
Are you in this photograph? Or do you recognize someone who is? Do you remember where or when this was taken? Or how things have changed? As part of the National Library’s Outreach in Blaenau Ffestiniog photographs from the library’s...
Outreach in Blaenau Ffestiniog Are you in this photograph? Or do you recognize someone who is? Do you remember where or when this was taken? Or how things have changed? As part of the National Library’s Outreach in Blaenau Ffestiniog...
Outreach in Blaenau Ffestiniog Are you in this photograph? Or do you recognize someone who is? Do you remember where or when this was taken? Or how things have changed? As part of the National Library’s Outreach in Blaenau Ffestiniog...
This is a short item listing a typical collier's weekly food requirements, and tgheir cost, for a collier who was working for Dowlais Ironworks in the nineteenth century.
Oral history: Stuart Davies recalls the introduction of continental foods
Oral history: Gwen V Hughes recalls the food from her farm [Welsh]
Photograph: Ministry of Food promoting mothers and children's health, Caernarfon, 1951
Oral history: Owain Davies recalls food such as fish fingers [Welsh]
Oral history: Gwen V Hughes recalls the continuation of variety of foods as well as the dominance of supermarkets over small local shops [Welsh]
Oral history: Student recalls foods [Welsh]
Oral history: Rhian Ellis recalls food from her farm [Welsh]
Oral history: Huw Williams talking about souces of food on the farm - slaughtering pigs etc.
Document: AOM farm foods advertisement
Oral history: Owain Davies recalls food shops [Welsh]
Cllr Goronwy Edwards and Carwyn Jones in the middle
People from Llandysul Food Festival talking about remembered recipes and remedies. Here, Richard Annwyl is talking about traditional ways to cure burns and get rid of warts.
British WWII propaganda poster encouraging cultivation of food See story: The The ration years of the Second World War
Britain was not the only country with food rations. Related story: Do you remember Captain Carrot and Potato Pete?
A shopkeeper cancels the coupons in a British housewife's ration book for the tea, sugar, cooking fats and bacon she is allowed for one week. Most foods in Britain are rationed and some brand names are given the designation "National". Related story:...
Cardiff - PC's Food & Drink Factory: drawing by Falcon Hildred, 1986 Pencil and watercolour drawing. The artist concentrates the viewer’s attention on this food factory in Cardiff,  reducing the surrounding streets and terraced...
Dafydd Price talks about an old Welsh dresser   This film was created by People's Collection Wales staff during the National Eisteddfod at Glamorgan 2012
Heulwen Jones shares her memories of the second World War when she was a young child   This film was created by People's Collection Wales staff during the National Eisteddfod in Glamorgan 2012
Linda Griffiths tastes the preacher's cakes during Blas y Prifwyl   This film was created by People's Collection Wales staff during the National Eisteddfod at Glamorgan 2012
Megan Griffiths shares life stories during the Blas y Prifwyl   This film was created by People's Collection Wales staff during the National Eisteddfod at Glamorgan 2012
Pat Nash recalls her memories of teisen lap an old Welsh recipe   This film was created by People's Collection Wales staff during the National Eisteddfod at Glamorgan
Dafydd Price shares a story about an old Welsh dresser   This film was created by People's Collection Wales staff druing the National Eisteddfod at Glamorgan 2012 When my parents got married in 1938 they did not have much furniture...
Awel Aman Tawe’s ‘Green Routines’ Exhibition is a celebration of hundreds of people’s decisions to cut their carbon emissions. Audio interviews were carried out by Emily Hinshelwood with Anna Smith, David Thorpe,...
One of a number of papers, dating mainly from 1814-18, relating to the administration of the estates of Adam Dolmage, originally from Brecon, later of Kingston, Jamaica.
Making brawn at Bryn SiƓn, Abercywarch.
Preparing food for a Gymanfa Ganu (singing festival), Peniel Church, Pickett, Wisconsin,1946.
Boiling a pig's head to make brawn, Abercywarch, Merioneth.
People cooked food on an open hearth in the time of the Tudors.
In 1738 a circulatory school was founded in the Bedlinog area and in 1847 a report by the School Commissioners described the Graig Y Fargoed School which was founded in 1836 in the local chapel by the minister Thomas Rees. The Graig Bedlinog School was...
Digital Story by Jazz and Tony Jones
This Food Rationing Order gives Alfred Davies, Central Café, Mold, permission to purchase 60 pounds of butcher's meat from John Price, 78 High Street, Mold, in order to make meat pies. The Order is dated 16 October 1919.
This recipe book, dated 1776, was compiled by Ann Phelps of Withybush House in Rudbaxton parish, Pembrokeshire. It includes a range of delicacies, sweet as well as savoury, together with snippets of household advice (such as how to clean steel stoves...
This is a volume of recipes, herbal remedies and household hints, compiled during the mid-nineteenth century (c.1845) and owned by Lady de Rutzen of Slebech Hall (near Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire). It contains an interesting assortment of recipes, including...
'Cawl' bowls were made in the Llanelli factory to sell in Wales. 'Cawl' was the staple diet for families in the country or towns; it consists of a clear soup made of boiled meat, vegetables with ample chopped parsley. The bowl is decorated with sponge...
J. Eaton and later P. R. Eaton ran the butcher's shop below Whitecroft at the foot of School Bank, Montgomery. Here John Eaton is seen with his traditional Christmas Show in 1888.
Two photographs of Cookes’ Explosives Christmas dinner c1950’s. Penrhyndeudraeth.
Part of a film recording all the processes that resulted from pig killing. The work would follow the same pattern all over Wales, apart from making faggots. This would not normally happen in Gwynedd. In that part of Wales, the liver would be fried with...
This recipe was shared following an appeal by St Fagans National History Museum to coincide with their 2015 Food Festival. These recipes were shared by Winnie Jones.
This recipe was shared following an appeal by St Fagans National History Museum to coincide with their 2015 Food Festival.
This recipe was shared following an appeal by St Fagans National History Museum to coincide with their 2015 Food Festival.
This recipe was shared following an appeal by St Fagans National History Museum to coincide with their 2015 Food Festival. This recipe for Lemon Tart was shared by Johanne Langley.
This recipe was shared following an appeal by St Fagans National History Museum to coincide with their 2015 Food Festival.
This recipe was shared following an appeal by St Fagans National History Museum to coincide with their 2015 Food Festival. This recipe for Kiwi Pavlova was shared by Bernice.
This recipe was shared following an appeal by St Fagans National History Museum to coincide with their 2015 Food Festival. This recipe for Ginger Biscuits was shared by Bernice.
This recipe was shared following an appeal by St Fagans National History Museum to coincide with their 2015 Food Festival. This recipe was shared by Johanne Langley.
This recipe was shared following an appeal by St Fagans National History Museum to coincide with their 2015 Food Festival.
This recipe was shared following an appeal by St Fagans National History Museum to coincide with their 2015 Food Festival. This recipe for Egg Pudding was shared by Caryl John.
This recipe was shared following an appeal by St Fagans National History Museum to coincide with their 2015 Food Festival. This recipe for Bread Pudding was shared by Caryl John.
This recipe was shared following an appeal by St Fagans National History Museum to coincide with their 2015 Food Festival. This recipe for Lemon Cake was shared by Caryl John.
This recipe was shared following an appeal by St Fagans National History Museum to coincide with their 2015 Food Festival. This recipe for Bara Brith was shared by Glyn Roberts.
This recipe was shared following an appeal by St Fagans National History Museum to coincide with their 2015 Food Festival.
This recipe was shared following an appeal by St Fagans National History Museum to coincide with their 2015 Food Festival.
This recipe was shared following an appeal by St Fagans National History Museum to coincide with their 2015 Food Festival.
This recipe was shared following an appeal by St Fagans National History Museum to coincide with their 2015 Food Festival.
This recipe was shared following an appeal by St Fagans National History Museum to coincide with their 2015 Food Festival.
This recipe was shared following an appeal by St Fagans National History Museum to coincide with their 2015 Food Festival.
This recipe was shared following an appeal by St Fagans National History Museum to coincide with their 2015 Food Festival.
This recipe was shared following an appeal by St Fagans National History Museum to coincide with their 2015 Food Festival.
This recipe was shared following an appeal by St Fagans National History Museum to coincide with their 2015 Food Festival. This recipe for Bara Brith was shared by Enid.
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